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Russell Michael E, Braun Mark R, Sheynman Arnold, Zhai Tongyan: Methods and devices for dual mode bidirectional audio communication. Motorola, Russell Michael E, Braun Mark R, Sheynman Arnold, Zhai Tongyan, NOSKOWICZ David S, May 8, 2008: WO/2008/054985 (10 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are dual mode I/O devices and methods for transmission of a short range radio link such as a Bluetooth link that is a bi-directional real-time audio communication signal that can be over a synchronous circuit-switched transport and an asynchronous packet-switched transport either sequentia ...


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Michael E Russell, Mark R Braun, Arnold Sheynman, Tongyan: Methods and devices for dual mode bidirectional audio communication. Motorola Mobility, Gary J Cunningham, July 29, 2014: US08792945 (5 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are dual mode I/O devices and methods for transmission of a short range radio link such as a Bluetooth® link that is a bi-directional real-time audio communication signal that can be over a synchronous circuit-switched transport and an asynchronous packet-switched transport either sequenti ...


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Michael E Russell, Mark R Braun, Arnold Sheynman, Tongyan Zhai: Methods and devices for dual mode bidirectional audio communication. Motorola, Motorola, May 1, 2008: US20080101279-A1

Disclosed are dual mode I/O devices and methods for transmission of a short range radio link such as a Bluetooth link that is a bi-directional real-time audio communication signal that can be over a synchronous circuit-switched transport and an asynchronous packet-switched transport either sequentia ...


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Russell Michael E, Braun Mark R, Sheynman Arnold, Zhai Tongyan: Methods and devices for dual mode bidirectional audio communication. Motorola, Lu Jinhua, Mu Dejun, September 16, 2009: CN200780040910

Disclosed are dual mode I/O devices and methods for transmission of a short range radio link such as a Bluetooth link that is a bi-directional real-time audio communication signal that can be over a synchronous circuit-switched transport and an asynchronous packet-switched transport either sequentia ...